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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
If it got damaged before postage then it would hardly be fair to send it on would it now? ;)
banned#2
if you wanted more than you should have started it for a higher price, its not rocket science is it
#3
Legally you do not have a leg to stand on as once a buyer wins an item it's a binding contract (in eBay terms) . However, you I'm almost certain you can 'pull out' if something has happened to the item in the meantime - not sure how you do this though as it's never happened to me... Have always started bidding at the upmost minimum I'm prepared to take ;-).
#4
I think once sold thats it unless its damaged and you then cant send item
#5
Or lost in the christmas post. Though if this was me who won the item at 99p, i would not be happy not getting it, as it's not my fault.
#6
Maybe it got lost in the post? Unless you've said you are sending it recorded delivery? Either way if its "too damaged" to send or it gets "lost in the post" u will prob end up with negative feedback or neutral at the very least... if you can live with that then??? But remember you won't be able to re sell the item on there in the near future though you could try selling on Gumtree first I always give that a whirl first avoid paying out fees to Ebay and Paypal! :)
#7
I sold an item on ebay for much less than I wanted
Cannot complain about what you wanted as you listed at 0.99p you should sell at that price next time list at a price you want. What makes you think he is a trader ? show us the listing please.
#8
waterloo
I sold an item on ebay for much less than I wanted
Cannot complain about what you wanted as you listed at 0.99p you should sell at that price next time list at a price you want. What makes you think he is a trader ? show us the listing please.


I must agree, You want a bargain, but you are not ready for other people to get one! You should be ashamed. :whistling:
#9
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.
#10
booboos
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.


Can I have your Ebay I.D just to remind me that I should never deal with an " Experienced Ebayer" such as you! :x

Does "Experienced" mean scammer?
#11
If you sell/buy stuff at auction its always a bit of a gamble. That's the game:roll:

I have "won" items on ebay only to have the seller pull out of the sale. I was really disappointed.
#12
Reserve price and neg rep are 2 terms that come to mind :whistling:
banned#13
booboos
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.


got many negs?
You would have one from me if you did that.
I never believe someone who tells me the item was lost/broken/stolen just after the auction finishes, especially if it has sold at a low price.
In this case, the seller is the **** not the buyer, if you list stuff at 99p then don't cry when it sells at that price. Or at worst get a mate to bid on it up to the price you want (still wrong but at least not screwing a buyer about!)
#14
Thanks to MOST of you who trid to help out. If I thought this was a genuine parent buying a gift for their child then no problem, but I just thouigh they looked like some trader.
It's probably not worth arguing, so I'll let it go and learn my lesson. And yes it's not rocket science, I had actually tried it higher first, but was working and couldn't keep my eye on it.
#15
tinkerbell28
Contradiction..................much?

You will get a NPS report and a neg if he is a trader, rightly so, should have started the listing higher.


I have to agree, it would seem like you tried to avoid the reserve auction fee, live with it & don't make Ebay any worse than it already is!
#16
booboos
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.


Unless they are a **** ? wow what a **** you are :w00t: and what they have lost is a good bargain that you listed a 0.99p you tight ass. looks like you use this practice alot ? Also you say just come across honest & friendly :w00t: your a lieing crook and should be banned from ebay :x
#17
Wow, chill people.
It was a relist, I havn't avoided any fees cos I paid the first time I listed and don't worry about me screwing someone over because I won't back out. Just wanted some friendly advice which is what I thought this site was about.
#18
people like you shouldn't be able to use ebay, the buyer won the item fair a square. They put a bid in and won. Thats how ebay works, if you didn't want it to go for that price you shouldn't of put it on at such a low starting price. Now the poor buyer is not gonna get the item that they have purchased because of your dishonest ways.
#19
Was it this buyer by any chance ???
#20
tallpete33
Was it this buyer by any chance ???


lol
#21
booboos
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.


Nice start booboos. Your card is marked. :thumbsup:
#22
colinsunderland
got many negs?
You would have one from me if you did that.
I never believe someone who tells me the item was lost/broken/stolen just after the auction finishes, especially if it has sold at a low price.
In this case, the seller is the **** not the buyer, if you list stuff at 99p then don't cry when it sells at that price. Or at worst get a mate to bid on it up to the price you want (still wrong but at least not screwing a buyer about!)


booboos
hi, im an experienced seller on ebay. just refund the guy via paypal (go to the transation details of the payment itself on the paypal website and at the bottom of the page there is an "issue refund" link). once you have done that, refresh your ebay screen a few mins later and then available from the drop down box against the listing (in your my sales section) will be an option to "resolve a problem". click on that and this takes you through a process to open up a paypal case where you can say that you have lost it, broken it etc. the buyer will normally (unless they are an ****) accept your reasoning and pull out of the transaction as you have already refunded them so they have lost nothing. you will then get a final valuation refund too. if they dont accept then you will have to battle it out. at the end of the day, if you have lost it and dont have an other, they cant force u to sell something u dont have. people make mistakes, just be (come across as....) honest , open and friendly and all should be well. voila.


omg i am an experienced seller on ebay as well BUT i would never ever do that !

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